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25th Apr '17 11:42:23 AM Steven
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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' has 30 invisible treasure boxes and you can get an accessory halfway through the game that will alert you if an invisible treasure box is in the area. Many players had gotten 29 out of 30 boxes and were stumped to see that the last missing one was in the main hallway inside the Mushroom Kingdom's castle. How do you get it? Jump on Toad's head as he opens the door when you enter the castle for the first time and then jump up above the doorway to reach the box. Missed it and saved afterwards? Too bad, start the game over. At the very least, the box only contains a frog coin.
23rd Apr '17 4:59:59 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'', there is a considerable amount of this.

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* In the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'', ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'', there is a considerable amount of this.
20th Apr '17 8:41:35 AM FF32
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* For HundredPercentCompletion of the compendium of ''VideoGame/Persona3FES'', you need to unlock Orpheus Telos and fuse him. However, to actually get the ability to fuse him is that you must have every single social link maxed by the end of the game. It's nigh-impossible to complete this task [[GuideDangIt without a guide]]: The game takes place over a typical school year with interruptions, and specific social links are only available on conflicting days -- doubly so for the "girlfriend" social links, which break apart if you try to do multiples at once. In the original game, this involved spending every single day in the game in a very specific order (and intentionally getting one character angry at you); in the expansion, you have a few spare days at the end, but still cannot deviate from a ''very'' specific plan.

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* For HundredPercentCompletion of the compendium of ''VideoGame/Persona3FES'', ''[[VideoGame/Persona3 Persona 3: FES]]'', you need to unlock Orpheus Telos and fuse him. However, to actually get the ability to fuse him is that you must have every single social link maxed by the end of the game. It's nigh-impossible to complete this task [[GuideDangIt without a guide]]: The game takes place over a typical school year with interruptions, and specific social links are only available on conflicting days -- doubly so for the "girlfriend" social links, which break apart if you try to do multiples at once. In the original game, this involved spending every single day in the game in a very specific order (and intentionally getting one character angry at you); in the expansion, you have a few spare days at the end, but still cannot deviate from a ''very'' specific plan.
2nd Apr '17 2:15:40 PM nombretomado
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* For HundredPercentCompletion of the compendium of ''{{Persona 3}}: FES'', you need to unlock Orpheus Telos and fuse him. However, to actually get the ability to fuse him is that you must have every single social link maxed by the end of the game. It's nigh-impossible to complete this task [[GuideDangIt without a guide]]: The game takes place over a typical school year with interruptions, and specific social links are only available on conflicting days -- doubly so for the "girlfriend" social links, which break apart if you try to do multiples at once. In the original game, this involved spending every single day in the game in a very specific order (and intentionally getting one character angry at you); in the expansion, you have a few spare days at the end, but still cannot deviate from a ''very'' specific plan.

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* For HundredPercentCompletion of the compendium of ''{{Persona 3}}: FES'', ''VideoGame/Persona3FES'', you need to unlock Orpheus Telos and fuse him. However, to actually get the ability to fuse him is that you must have every single social link maxed by the end of the game. It's nigh-impossible to complete this task [[GuideDangIt without a guide]]: The game takes place over a typical school year with interruptions, and specific social links are only available on conflicting days -- doubly so for the "girlfriend" social links, which break apart if you try to do multiples at once. In the original game, this involved spending every single day in the game in a very specific order (and intentionally getting one character angry at you); in the expansion, you have a few spare days at the end, but still cannot deviate from a ''very'' specific plan.
20th Mar '17 10:13:21 PM MyFinalEdits
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' has a similar minigame where Link is sparring with his teacher, Orca. The goal of the game is to hit Orca as many times as you can before he hits you three times. The last tangible reward is given at 500 hits, but if you manage to get all the way up to 999 hits, you get a brief cutscene where he tells Link he has [[SurpassedTheTeacher surpassed him]] and starts calling you Master (he also asks Link [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall if his index finger is tired]]). Orca's AI becomes increasingly more aggressive and counter-happy the more hits he takes, so good luck.



** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' has a similar minigame where Link is sparring with his teacher, Orca. The goal of the game is to hit Orca as many times as you can before he hits you three times. The last tangible reward is given at 500 hits, but if you manage to get all the way up to 999 hits, you get a brief cutscene where he tells Link he has [[SurpassedTheTeacher surpassed him]] and starts calling you Master (he also asks Link [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall if his index finger is tired]]). Orca's AI becomes increasingly more aggressive and counter-happy the more hits he takes, so good luck.



** Also in ''[[VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe Triple Deluxe]]'', to get 100% Completion, you need to collect all of the keychains. There is one rare keychain per level, and there is almost no indication whether or not you are missing a level's rare keychain (Unlike regular keychains, rare keychains are fixed, so [[GuideDangIt unless you use a guide]], you're not gonna know which rare keychain you have or haven't obtained in which level). Have fun scouring every corner of every level until you've found them all!
*** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot Planet Robobot]]'', but this time the game at least tells you which stage a rare sticker is located in. Other than that, it's just as tedious.

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** Also in ''[[VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe Triple Deluxe]]'', to get 100% Completion, you need to collect all of the keychains. There is one rare keychain per level, and there is almost no indication whether or not you are missing a level's rare keychain (Unlike regular keychains, rare keychains are fixed, so [[GuideDangIt unless you use a guide]], you're not gonna know which rare keychain you have or haven't obtained in which level). Have fun scouring every corner of every level until you've found them all!
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all! The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot Planet Robobot]]'', but this time the game at least tells you which stage a rare sticker is located in. Other than that, it's just as tedious.



* In ''OneHundredAndTwoDalmatians'', each level has 100 bones. Many of them are just lying around, so exploring the dungeon will find them (in fact, it's hard/impossible to get ''no'' bones at all). Some need to be sniffed out and dug up. Some are gotten by killing enemies. Some by completing sidequests. And then, in the ''first level'', are some bones that can only be gotten by [[spoiler: herding pigeons towards a pigeon statue.]] No hints are given that this is something you might want to do.

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* In ''OneHundredAndTwoDalmatians'', the licensed ''Disney/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatians'' game, each level has 100 bones. Many of them are just lying around, so exploring the dungeon will find them (in fact, it's hard/impossible to get ''no'' bones at all). Some need to be sniffed out and dug up. Some are gotten by killing enemies. Some by completing sidequests. And then, in the ''first level'', are some bones that can only be gotten by [[spoiler: herding pigeons towards a pigeon statue.]] No hints are given that this is something you might want to do.
20th Mar '17 1:58:28 AM Darth_Marth
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': The Korok Seeds. There are 900 of them. You only have to find a little less than half of them to get all the upgrades, but all 900 count towards your file's completion rating, so if you want that to say 100% you have to collect them all. Bizarrely, the game [[TakeThatAudience seems to taunt you]] for actually doing this, as your reward for finding every single one is [[spoiler: a literal pile of golden shit that does absolutely nothing]].
15th Mar '17 7:41:03 AM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/OneWayHeroics'' has the Dosey Plus ending, which requires the player to find a very rare Parchment of Darkness, which will take a lot of SaveScumming at scroll shops at around 1000km or greater. Once they have that, they'll have to max Dosey's affection and beat the Demon Lord before she transforms into a Killer Hound, which is no easy feat even if the player already prepared her favorite food.

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* ''VideoGame/OneWayHeroics'' has the Dosey Plus ending, which requires the player to find a very rare Parchment of Darkness, which will take a lot of SaveScumming at scroll shops at around 1000km or greater. Once they have that, they'll have to max Dosey's affection and beat the Demon Lord before she transforms into a Killer Hound, which is no easy feat even if the player already prepared her favorite food. While the other endings are harder in terms of gameplay, Dosey Plus is far more lucked-based.
14th Mar '17 11:49:15 AM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/NocturneRebirth'' has an item glossary system, which most players won't be able to fill out on their first playthrough due to [[RareRandomDrop extremely rare drop rates]]. It's recommended to use NewGamePlus to reset all the chests and Brave Clear rewards to get more chances to get rare equipment and Sorceries.

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* ''VideoGame/OneWayHeroics'' has the Dosey Plus ending, which requires the player to find a very rare Parchment of Darkness, which will take a lot of SaveScumming at scroll shops at around 1000km or greater. Once they have that, they'll have to max Dosey's affection and beat the Demon Lord before she transforms into a Killer Hound, which is no easy feat even if the player already prepared her favorite food.
* ''VideoGame/NocturneRebirth'' has an item glossary system, glossary, which most players won't be able is hard to fill out on their first playthrough due to [[RareRandomDrop extremely rare drop rates]]. It's recommended how some items can't be obtained through forging or shops at all and instead can only be obtained through a RareRandomDrop or a random Brave Clear reward. The worst offenders are Cloudy Bracelet and Decalogue, which are somehow even rarer than the game's {{Infinity Plus One Sword}}s. It gets to use the point where several NewGamePlus runs are needed to reset all even get a decent shot at getting some of these. Even though the chests game is NintendoHard in terms of combat, actually beating and Brave Clear rewards to get more chances to get rare equipment and Sorceries.Clearing all the bosses is considered far easier than filling out the item glossary.
14th Mar '17 11:29:57 AM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/NocturneRebirth'' has an item glossary system, which most players won't be able to fill out on their first playthrough due to [[RareRandomDrop extremely rare drop rates]]. It's recommended to use NewGamePlus to reset all the chests and Brave Clear rewards to get more chances to get rare equipment and Sorceries.
12th Mar '17 8:29:08 PM DarkHunter
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** In ''Afterbirth+'', completing the Bestiary is quite a feat. Mostly because of Brimstone Grimace and Broken Gaping Maw, two "enemies" (really more environmental obstacles) that appear very rarely only on specific floors.
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